Joy Behar [The View | YouTube]

‘The View’ Joy Behar Mocks Celebrity, Gets Called Out By Co-Host

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Joy Behar got in trouble for mocking a major celebrity. The 79-year-old couldn’t help herself as she went off on a tangent. It got so bad that she was called out by one of her co-hosts.

She went off script when she mentioned a story about A-list actress Gwyneth Paltrow. The “Hot Topics” segment mentioned her personal essay about turning the big 5-0.

Not only that, but she also celebrated with a bikini photo. In the candid essay, the Oscar winner admitted that she “hurt people” and “betrayed” herself. In the end, Gwyneth says she’s just being human.

Joy Behar went off the script to make a wisecrack. Read on to learn more.

Joy Behar [The View | YouTube]
[The View | YouTube]

Gwyneth Paltrow’s personal essay on turning 50

Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated her milestone with a bikini photo and personal essay that was published by Goop on Thursday, September 22. The former actress talked about her mistakes and regrets. Even though some of them still keep her up at night, she admits that she’s “learned from them all.”

Gwyneth also posed in a candid photo. She wore a tiny little gray string bikini. The Shallow Hal star jumped in the air as she rocked a makeup-free and bare-faced look. She gave a silly expression to the camera.

Sara Haines [The View | YouTube]
[The View | YouTube]
“I have hurt people, never intentionally, but I have done so just the same,” Gwyneth Paltrow wrote. “I have let people down by not being who they needed me to be. I have betrayed myself to keep the peace.”

Joy Behar talked about her personal essay on a recent broadcast of The View. She went off the script when she talked about Gwyneth’s mistakes.

“To mark the occasion, she just posted a personal essay in which she shares some of her regrets,” Joy Behar explained. “Some of them are like hurting people, not speaking her truth often… naming her child after a fruit.”

Sara Haines calls out Joy Behar

The wisecrack made the audience and some of her co-hosts uncomfortable. Regardless, they laughed along. Joy Behar’s co-host Sara Haines called out her for ad-libbing in the last portion of her statement.

“That was ad-libbed! That was not part of the script,” she quipped.

“The kid’s name is Apple. Come on. I draw the line at fruits and vegetables,” Joy Behar laughed as she waved her card at her co-hosts.

Of course, this isn’t the first time that the fiery redhead went off-script. She previously made racy comments on The View that had her co-hosts blushing. Some of the dirty talk left Joy thirsty and wanting more. Unfortunately, they had to move on to the next segment.

What are your thoughts on Gwyneth’s essay? Did you like Joy Behar’s joke? Or, do you think it’s old? Sound off below in the comment section.

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  1. I did and you deleted it. I guess no one can voice an opinion unless it agrees with the view. Worst talk show ever. You’re going to go the way of CNN soon.

  2. It was a lame comment. I don’t watch The View but then I don’t watch any shows with panels. I don’t like all the arguing. It’s not debate, it’s just talking over each other. I think Gwyneth Paltrow must have a sense of humor when you consider the Goop sales advertising. I think the joke is on all of the people that get outraged and then buy her products. I’m not a fan of anyone but the outrage is kind of silly.

  3. In my view, Joy is self centered, immature, and childish … Who really cares what she thinks and she shouldn’t be mocking somebody’s name for their child. People could make fun of her name … that she’s the complete opposite of “Joy”.

  4. Behar has always been a jerk. I am not a fan of Paltro, however, her comments were seemingly sincere. The fact that she is aware enough to realize she hurt people knowingly and unknowingly is should be good enough for anyone.

  5. It was a funny, irreverent comment. It’s time that we all stop taking ourselves so seriously. Manufactured outage. It’s just silly.

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